Installed 3 more kits for a total of 5. Going to put the sixth we got around a flower bed out back.
Ok, so I got them paired by bringing them closer to the hub but now I have a new problem…funny I never had these problems at my old house with my old sets! So I set a routing for off and on and the on works fine…the off however changes one set to some random reduced % so they are still on but dim and turns the other off…I am wondering if it has anything to do with the color coordinator app? I have deleted and recreated the routine to no avail. Any thoughts?
So as I was typing I thought about the color coordinator app and sure enough when I remove the strands from that app they go off and on as expected. Bummer cause I really loved not having to play in the color wheel for 25 minutes to get the hue and saturation correct since I am overly Type A.
Have you tried using trend setter to group the two as a color dimmer? That’s what I did and it works flawlessly. Also, after you moved them, did you unplug your hub for 30 to 45 minutes to let your zigbee mesh rebuild?
I have mine grouped in trendsetter. Occasionally 1 will get out of sync, but hitting sync in trendsetter device fixed it.
Hey - had not heard of trendsetter…looking it up now. Didn’t rebuild but never have had to in the past. Thanks again for the assistance!
Anyone else having any of their gardenspots showing different device types? All have the same firmware. All 3 different. Tried changing to match and they reset back after going offline.
Did you ever figure out this question? I have 3 extras laying around that I would love to use.
I would guess any 5volt rgb strips would work.
SO maybe this is a little late… I use a smart app called “Garden Hue”. Keeps my spots and outdoor flex strips the same color. Its has the basic colors. I was using webcore for this, but after a while it stopped looping so I gave up and when with this. (FYI my DH are zigbee RGB for all)